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four years we talk about pennsylvania being a battleground states. al gore winning pennsylvania in 2000 by 51%. john kerry winning the state by 51% in the 2004. and barack obama winning with 54% of the vote four years ago. is it a battleground state? is it a swing state? host: that is a great -- guest: that is a great question. our state gets close at times. if you remove the obama at 10- point victory in two dozen a, -- in 2008, they were relatively close. one of the reasons, the same with ohio and a florida, has to do with the large number of electoral votes. among the swing states, florida has the largest. basically, what we're talking about is a large number of electoral votes in a state that republicans have not 145 elections. they have a chance this year. obama has on average about a eight-point lead on the state. it could be competitive again. a swing state, but likely democratic is the most people would say. this day. -- when this state. -- win this. host: if you look at the demographics, the strongholds are for the democrats. if mitt romney is to make this competitive, where do
to win the state of pennsylvania, done. >> the pennsylvania voter suppression story just got uglier. >> this year, the law required every pennsylvania voter show a photo id at the polls. >> why was a mitt romney fund-raiser paid $250,000 to run the stase's voter id campaign? the out of control republican party is voting to repeal obamacare for the 31st time. >> the american people do not want to go down the path of obamacare. that's why we voted over 30 times. >> steve israel is hitting republicas hard for playing games and he's here tonight. >> our fore fathers rejected tyranny and so should we. support hr-6079, a bill that would repeal obamacare. let's get rid of the boss once and for all. >> good to haveio awith is. thanks for watching. the cloud of secrecy surrounded mitt romney's finances is refusing to lift. in colorado today, romney said president obama and the democrats are trying to avoid a real debate on the issues. >> the president the other day was kind enough to give me a call on the day that i cinched the nomination and he said i congratulate you and i think the countr
, joining us from pennsylvania. thanks, as always, for joining us. >> thanks for having me. host: we talk about this being a battleground state. let's look at the last three elections. al gore winning in 2005 to 1%. john kerry winning it in 2004, and barack obama winning it, 54% of the vote, four years ago. is it a battleground state? is it a swing state? >> that is a great question. you could go back some more. bill clinton won. the question is is that if you remove the obama 10-point victory in 2008, those elections were actually about 4.5 points for al gore, 2.5 points for john kerry, so they have been relatively close. one of the reasons, the same with the ohio and florida, has to do with the large number of electoral votes. among the swing states, florida has the most. basically, we are talking about is a large number of electoral votes in a state that the republicans have not 145 elections, but conceivably this year, they have a chance. obama has on average about an eight-point lead in the state. it has been dropping a bit. it could be competitive again, but as you point out, a swin
off a two-day bus tour across ohio and pennsylvania. republican mitt romney is taking some time off and allowing others to potentially do -- at lot -- and allowing potential vice presidential candidates to do the talking for him. >> a couple of high-profile mitt romney surjit are hitting the same area with a different message. >> i am betting on you, and the country is betting on ohio. >> the first up, the key state of ohio. president obama blasted governor romney for opposing the auto industry bailout. and he took credit for turning it around. >> i was betting on american industry and the american worker. and three years later, the auto industry has come roaring back. >> the bus tour had to pennsylvania tomorrow. >> i think we should go his tour the broken promises were for the american middle class. -- we should call his tour the broken promises tour for the american middle class. >> this president has been bad for america and bad for ohio. we have 40,000 fewer jobs than when he took office. >> mitt romney is considering who to tap for the no. 2 slot. >> the one thing that mitt ro
. and he is exactly right. all right. coming up we are going to hear about the battle in pennsylvania where 760,000 people could be blocked from voting. you are not going to miss this story. you may need a drink because you are going to get very angry. it's next, and it's only in the war room. the real world and politics collide on "the gavin newsom show". this week: can a futurist really predict the future? find out on "the gavin newsom show". only on current tv. right by those who gave their lives to for this country nearly 70 years ago. >> in a texas courtroom today, lawyers defending a new voter id law there made the ridiculous claim that the law is necessary to combat a culture of election fraud. complete bunk. it's the first challenge to the federal government's power to block such laws. texas lawmakers are going to hope -- hoping that it's going to go all the way to the supreme court. it's not just texas. 9 states have passed controversial voter id laws including swing states like pennsylvania. now, tom corbett has signed a 250,000 dollar contract with
at night. also the republican solution in search of a problem, voter photo id laws. why did pennsylvania republicans pass a voter id law when they can't cite a single case of voter fraud in the commonwealth? we will see if they can answer that. by the way, michele bachmann finally has company, newt gingrich rushes to defend her charge that radical muslims may have infiltrated the government. did mitt romney really say this to olympic pizza in 2002? >> you olympians know you didn't get here solely on your own power. >> does romney's olympic speech sound like something we heard recently from president obama? i'll say it does. how to turn a positive statement you yourself, government, said before, into an attack line. that's coming up. this is "hardball," place for politics. we know a place where tossing and turning have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta can help you get there, like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other
donald's? scranton, pennsylvania, is short changing its bravest and we'll talk to one of them tonight. share you thoughts with us on facebook and twitter using the hash tag ed show. we're coming right back. rick! wow, you look terrific! [ female announcer ] crest 3d white glamorous white toothpaste removes up to 90% of surface stains in just 5 days. crest glamorous white toothpaste. for a smile so white, you won't just be the ex. you'll be the one that got away. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." president obama and mitt romney are at a standoff on taxes and democrats definitely should get behind the president on this because he's got the winning aurlt. it's very simple. the president wants to keep tax cuts for the middle class. the president wants to let the bush tax cuts expire for the top 2%. mitt romney pushes the old line about how this will hurt the job creators. but today, in grand junction, colorado, romney did something rarlth strange and extraordinary, i think. he got very nostalgic about the policies of president bill clinton. >> bill clinton called himself a new democrat. he put that
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of pennsylvania. some tornado warnings have been issued in central pennsylvania. we could have some storms here later tonight. we will attract those and check the forecast and a few minutes. >> it was breaking news yesterday at 5:00. a massive sinkhole devouring a section of a street in east baltimore. skyteam 11 was over the scene as the news broke over east monument street. utility crews and police began racing to close the street to all traffic to try to get everything under control. this is what it looks like right now. we are told it could take weeks before that stretch of monument street is back open again. captain roy taylor has an update on traffic. >> because mondawmin has four blocks shut down it is because monument has for blocks shutdown -- monument street has forelocks shut down. we do not know how long it will be shut down -- four blocks shut down. >> tonight police are investigating a homicide in west baltimore that have been on north smallwood street around 3:30 this morning. police say someone broke into a man's home and shot him several times. the victim was pronounced dead sh
here will be asked to decide whether pennsylvania can run next november's elections with one of the toughest voter i.d. laws in the country still in place. >> ifill: i sat down with sir elton john to talk about his new book and his determination to put an end to the aids crisis. >> i feel strong enough and lucky enough to open up and say "i'm h.i.v.-positive" then we're facing an uphill battle. >> woodruff: and we talk with miles o'brien about the lasting legacy of the first american woman to enter space, astronaut sally ride. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: the president
. the weather service has just issued severe thunderstorm warnings for south-central pennsylvania at all the way to adams county. they will approach as from the north and west over the couple of -- the next couple of hours. we have a couple of garden variety set of thunderstorms that have developed over the great lakes. the winds are gusting up over 58 miles per hour in some parts of pennsylvania. more hot and humid weather coming our way. >> a reminder that you can always find up-to-the-minute weather conditions online at wbaltv.com and you can access our smart phone mobile device. -- the smart phone aep on or mobile device. >> the maryland live can see no -- casino generated more than $24 million in the last few days. that is more than half of what the slots brought in during the month of june. david, what is the deal? >> right now, more winners than losers associated with the grand opening. the casino exceeded expectations, but at the expense of the cecil county facility, which is fueling concern about slots saturation. >> the most popular opening of maryland live has drawn more than half a m
, pennsylvania does not have a problem with voter fraud, and so they did the only logical thing pass the law to remedy voter fraud. but first dick cheney has no regrets, goldman sachs isn't trustworthy, and surprise, surprise, mitt romney sleeps well at night. when it doesn't fit anywhere else, we put it in the viewfinder. >> you played in the celebrity soccer match football as they call it. >> i could take credit for anything good that happened and deny responsibility for anything bad that happened and just be the mitt romney of celebrity soccer. >> if i'm worried about what the media said, i would not get much sleep. i sleep pretty well. >> how do you think romney is artful importance in london. >> since the olympics started it may be called an unforced error. >> how is he doing so far on his international trip? >> i think it's been a successful trip. the issue about the olympics in london was just a tea cup. >> the goldman sachs that the u.s. will finish first with 37 gold medals, and i know how much faith we have in goldman sachs these days. >> i was just going to say that. >> there will
of a problem, voter photo id laws. why did pennsylvania republicans pass a voter id law when they can't cite a single case of voter fraud in the commonwealth? we'll see if this he can answer that. by the way, michele bachmann finally has company, newt gingrich rushes to defend her charge that radical muslims may have infiltrated the government. did mitt romney really say this to olympic athletes in 2002. >> you olympians know you didn't get here solely on your own power. >> does romney's olympic speech sound like something we heard recently from president obama? i'll say it does. how to turn a positive statement you yourself, government, said before, into an attack line. that's coming up. this is "hardball," place for politics. in alabama we had more beautiful blooms... in mississippi we had more good times... in louisiana we had more fun on the water. last season we broke all kinds of records on the gulf. this year we are out to do even better... and now is a great time to start. our beatches are even more relaxing... the fishing's great. so pick your favorite spot on the gulf... and come o
's the latest sub plot in the pennsylvania voter id travesty. we will talk about that next, plus mitt romney knows he can't run away from his record at bain capital. so he is going to stand up for once and call the president names. >> that's what he is doing. we are kicking off a big week with a busy show. we want to hear from you. connect with us at current.com/the war room and make your voice heard. we will be right back. calls out the mainstream media. >>the guys in the middle class the guys in the lower end got screwed again. >>i think you know which one the overwhelming majority of the country says"tax the rich, don't go to war." >>just wanted to clarify that. what's my secret for sunday lunch? my little helpers... and 100% natural french's yellow mustard. it has zero calories for me, and a taste my family loves. >>(narrator) the sheriff of wall street. >>the leadership of high finance just doesn't get it. >>(narrator) the former governor of new york, eliot spitzer is on current tv. >>somebody somewhere can listen, record, track, gather this data. >>arrangements were mad
. melanie sloane of crew. up next, pennsylvania basically woke up one day and told 750,000 people that they might be ineligible to vote. thank god for courts of law. later, wherever the republican nominee for president goes, brett ehrlich is sure to follow. >> i've got the voters of mitt romney sent to england you didn't see. probably because i was photo shopping. don't go away. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> i would say we have identified specifically the problem of-- >> jennifer: that's the sound of demonstrators in pennsylvania rallying against the state's controversial voter i.d. law which actually went on trial today. if this law is upheld more than 750,000 pennsylvania voters, voters who by the way are overwhelmingly democratic, they may be disenfranchised. you heard me right. almost 10% of the state's 8.2 million registered voters might lose their basic constitutional right. tonight i want to introduce you to some of the folks behind the statistics. this video of them comes to us court city of the aclu's website. meet 95-year-old ralola lee. she moved to philadelphia in 1957. s
to convince the perennial purple states of ohio and pennsylvania to wear a blue dress to the big dance come november. he's singing a song he wrote just for you, goes a little something like this. >> when some were saying let's let detroit go bankrupt, i said let's bet on the american worker. let's stop giving tax breaks to companies shipping jobs overseas, let's give them to companies that are investing right here in the united states of america. >> music to the ears of the white working class voter who's comprised more than half of the electorate in states like ohio and whose approval can be given to anyone who rent the the spot at 1600 pennsylvania avenue for four years. mitt romney, hoping he would like to tiebreak that election in his own direction, made advances on battleground territory last month and hopped on board. that's right, a bus, for a five-state tour through smalltown usa, putting aside the new fangled high tech approaches by wreak of reaching out to voters with the original social media. the telephone and even moran shent, face-t ancient, face-to-face conversations. workers
through the crucial states of ohio and pennsylvania. the romney camp is dispatching two veep wannabes. is it a penalty or a tax? mitt romney speaks out on the commotion sparked by his top adviser on our show monday but his answer raises even more questions. is romney trying to have it both ways? does this issue affirm what some conservatives fear about his candidacy from the get-go? >>> and a voting mess in harlem. congressman charlie rangel blasts his challenger for demanding a recount. but the vote margin has been shrinking and there are still more uncounted ballots out there. good morning from washington. it's thursday, july 5th. 2012. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. i had no idea this show would be as busy as it is today. let's get right to my first read of the morning. even if mitt romney runs the table winning every other battleground state he has no pat to 270 unless he wins one swing state in the rust belt midwest. iowa to wisconsin, pennsylvania. iowa, pennsylvania and michigan in between. the president is kicking off a two-day bus tour of ohio and pennsylvania.
. ballot battle in pennsylvania. elaine quijano lays out the stakes in the court fight over the state's new voter i.d. law. and meet the new bond girl. >> good evening, mr. bond. >> mark phillips recaps the opening olympic ceremony that put her majesty, the queen, in the middle of the action. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" >> good evening. i'm nancy cordes. the civil war in syria has moved into the country's largest city. government forces are staging a full-scale attack on rebel fighters in aleppo, the nation's commercial heart and a strategic prize for both sides. elizabeth palmer is on the syrian help lebanese border tonight with more. >> reporter: the opposition fighters in aleppo are, for the most part, lightly armed. and no match for the government's heavy artillery or helicopter gunships. an activist video shows once again, it's terrified civilians who are dying in the cross-fire. thousands of residents saw this battle coming and fled days ago into the countryside or toward swelling refugee camps in turkey. across the region, whole families have now been s
. >> thanks, lawrence. >> coming up, a million voters in pennsylvania think they'll be able to vote on november 6. they're wrong. the new voter i.d. law will not accept their i.d.s as valid i.d.s and they don't know it. we discuss voter suppression. and in "the rewrite" tonight, rush limbaugh talks about drumsticks in a way that makes you wonder with rush, when is a drumstick just a dumb stick? if your worst nightmare is hearing rush limbaugh use the word penis repeatedly, you're going to need the mute button for tonight's "rewrite." the wife. hey, babe. got the jetta. i wiped the floor with the guy! not really. i would've been fine with 0% for 36 months, but i demanded 60. no...i didn't do that. it was like taking candy from a baby. you're a grown man. alright, see you at home. [ male announcer ] the volkswagen autobahn for all event. we good? we're good. [ male announcer ] at 0% apr for 60 months, no one needs to know how easy it was to get your new volkswagen. that's the power of german engineering. to get your new volkswagen. every communications provider is different but centur
there be more than three quarter of a million potential voters in pennsylvania that do not have photo i.d.s to? that 99% of all pennsylvania voters have a photo i.d. needed to vote in november. state election officials dispute that number. they say more than 9% of pennsylvanians do not have photo i.d.s. for instance, in pennsylvania -- rather, in philadelphia, specifically, that's 18%. nbc's mara schiavocampo is live in the state capital of harrisburg, where a big rally against the new voter i.d. law begins in just a can coupouple hours. mara, what do we expect to hear from the demonstrators? >> reporter: things are very quiet here. the rally doesn't get started for a couple of hours, but the naacp says they are expecting at least a thousand people to come out and protest this new voter i.d. law. the law was signed into effect earlier this year by the republican governor of the state, and it will require voters to submit a government-issued photo i.d. before casting their ballot. now, vote rights groups are concerned that this will disenfranchise voters, specifically certain groups like minori
the pennsylvania line. but rather than cross into pennsylvania into free territory at that point he turned southeast to baltimore where he spent two days. from there, he headed north to philadelphia where he rested for a night, he said before moving on to new york city. the details, it seems were meant to throw off any likely pursuers. if banks had escaped as he states in the letter of the 13th of february he could not have arrived in new york two days later given the stops he had made on the way. but buck -- the person who rented him was not fooled. he suspected banks had gone directly to philadelphia. he sent advertisements announcing the escape to a local slave traders in washington county. in the hope they could cut banks off short of free territory. unfortunately for buck the slave traders were at that time in pennsylvania doing business. there are some suggestion at least among the slave holders in virginia that banks had not acted alone. edward masse suspected he had left in the company of his brother, as i said. while it is not clear that banks had worked with others there had seem
of southwestern pennsylvania. look at all the lightning with this stuff. this is going to head into garrett county trying to stay along and north of interstate 68 but folks in cumberland, you've got to watch out for that. readings in the 60s and 70s. we don't have the 50s in garrett county like yesterday morning. we've got 72. 72 in winchester. 76 in annapolis. some spots, the cool one, frederick 63 but the moisture is coming back. the muggies are back here in d.c. while it's 75 now, readings this afternoon will make a run toward 100. a few lucky spots will stay in the 90s, the mid-90s like annapolis. let's go to monika samtani. she has an update on timesaver traffic. a beer spill on 270. >> on a hot day like today, too. oh, the waste. we're going to go to our mdot camera first on the northbound side of i-270. just after 4:00 this morning, a beer truck in an accident. single vehicle accident by the way, but it's heavily damaged and i think the beer did spill on the road, by the way, and that's why it's taking so long to clean it up. this is northbound 270 north of route 109. you can see traffic is
and adams county, in pennsylvania. take a look at radar. there are storms to the north and west of us. most of them will stay across northern and central approximate -- pennsylvania. they're strong now. a little here from pits pittsburgh to wheeling. they'll have a chance of thunderstorms. they should weaken, hopefully, by then. but tomorrow, another chance we could see some strong or even some severe thunderstorms across the region. kai? >> bob, thank you. stay with wjz for first warning weather coverage. for the latest weather advisories and a look at doppler radar, log onto wjz.com. >>> baltimore county police make an arrest in a disturbing sexual assault case. and how police say he met his young victim. police say the 13-year-old victim made a phone app called grinder. he is being held on $5,000 bail. he's charged with solicitation of a minor. police say he agreed to meet with the young boy ask engage with -- and engage with a young boy. the victim's parents learned about the contact and contacted police. >> baltimore county police want anyone with information to contact them at 410-307
could generate thunderstorms. details about that coming up. we had thunderstorms and pennsylvania. it is warm out there. at the airport and on tv hill. >>> things got heated overseas when the member of jordan's parliament pulled led a gun on live television. they were debating the syrian crisis when the discussion got out of control. the former politician accused his opponent of buying his way into political office. that is when he tore off issues and pull that a gun. the men were separated, but the former politician says he is now taking legal action. radar,'s look at doppler the satellite combination. clouds moved through, storms and pennsylvania. the strongest were near philadelphia. the room that moving into the delmarva peninsula. some showers clipped harford county in cecil county, to the south, then dissipated. the front is still to the north. we are still in the hot air. we could have more activity. there are two fronts that have to come through before we are finished. it is still warm. it is 17 minutes past 11:00 in the evening and is still 92 at the airport. even in the
and pennsylvania had unemployment rates below the national average in may. 7.3% and 7.4% respectively. this betting on america bus tour will fake america across the ohio belt with stops in maume,and sandusky today. and hold one in parma tonight. and tomorrow he makes several more stops many ohio before ending the tour in pittsburgh. the president won pennsylvania by 11 poibtsz in 2008 and ohio by 5, both states likely to be more competitive this time around. while the campaign bloefs swing voters may not be happy with the economy they can create an a. contrast to make romney unacceptable alternative for those decided and anxious voters. playing ads like this one on outsourcing nonstop and trying to call attention to a new story in "vanity fair" and how much of that fortune may sit in tax shelters outside of america. now, the campaign calls attention to the story again this morning in a new video with, quote, man on the street quotes." >> i don't know if he's doing that because he's trying to shelter his money from taxes or whether he just doesn't believe in the american economy. but either way it's
, republican line from pennsylvania. caller: the guide said dennison was a lost cause, with secretary clinton going there -- with the guy that said afghanistan was a lost cause, we need to be focused. there is corruption but we need karzai to be gone but we need to stand fast in afghanistan and make sure that even if it is not a perfect democracy, we want to make sure that al-qaeda cannot come back and to the taliban is stopped and we neck -- and we need to make sure we have marginalized force. there are forces that have been killed and sacrificed. we need to make sure afghanistan is a good country and a decent country at least. i just want to make sure that we think about that. host: this is from "the new york times" -- back to your calls -- from san antonio, good morning, independent -- caller: i think is rejected it is set in america when you look at places like libya and iraq when they have their first free elections knowing they can be killed and 98% show up. we cannot even take three hours of that her employer has to go vote. i think that is preset. one of the problems in afghanistan, w
will be asked about the tragedy. what should they say? let's ask governor ed rendell of pennsylvania what obama should say. and what rick thinks romney should say. it will be interesting. to start with, let's their personal stories following a tragedy like aurora. look at how heartbreaking they are and tell us a lot about the spirit of community and caring in this country. here are a few including one relaid by the president himself. let's listen. >> i kind of poked my head up at that point and realized, oh, my gosh. nobody is in here. it's just us. there were a few other heads. here and there people i could see leaving the theater but really the theater was empty. it felt like so, that's when i got out and yeah. i thought, i kept thinking. oh, my gosh, i think john just took a bullet for me. i was thinking about what a great hero he is. he saved me and he gave me the opportunity to live. he would have done it for anyone that day, you know? the nearest person sitting next to him. he would have been like, this person needs my help now. that's just who he was. and everybody knew it. he went above
on instead of the public gaffe. in pennsylvania a tough law requires you to show government issued i.d. at the polls. they call rules like this poll taxes. the proponents say it's a personally -- perfectly reasonable requirement and whoever wins this fight might win the election. how did pennsylvania background zero in this fight? >> because i think it's the biggest swing state that has one of these laws. so it's important in the election that's quite strong. a lot of states have these. most states have some sort of requirement of i.d., 10 states, pennsylvania being one of them, has a tougher law you were talking about in which you have to show a specific kind of voter i.d. now, most of us i think we show i.d. for everything all the time now. but a surprising number of people don't have it. mostly the poor, the elderly have trouble with this sometimes. and so when pennsylvania did its law, for instance, the first estimate was about 90,000 people in pennsylvania voters would lack this kind of voter photo identification. but instead when they ran the voter rolls plus the department of
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